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Old 10-13-2014, 01:16 PM   #1
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electric lady land???

OK, catchy title for a request for info. has anyone used electric blankets or any other heat source to heat their holding and fresh tanks during brief periods of 0-32 degree temps???

i'm still trying to figure out the best way to keep things from freezing while i'm parked for just a week or two…yes, still would be hooked to shore here at home, and would drain fresh and holding tanks for that period, and put RV antifreeze in black/grey, and traps, but others have mentioned to my other queries, to do much more and i'm not sure why…so any ideas would be helpful…thanks!!!
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